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weekend and we will see you on sunday. >> harris: fox urgent. there were reported lay dozen different versions of the obama administration's talking points about the attack on you are u.s. outpost in benghazi. i'm harris faulkner in tonight for shepard smith. government emails now reveal the state department made major changes to those talking points. this is according to abc news. changes were made before ambassador susan rice, who you see here, use them in her interviews on five different sunday talk shows less than a week after the terror attacks here. is one example of how the memo changed in a matter of hours. remember, this would be telling the public about what happened that night. these are the before and after versions according to abc news. emails reportedly show the state department objected to naming a specific al qaeda affiliate. and mentioning previous cia warnings about extremists in benghazi. in the end, officials dropped both references from the final version. the state department spokeswoman also added, quote, these don't resolve all of my issues or those of my build
a barrage of bullets hits her squad car. they say they didn't see it coming. >>> i'm harris faulkner. we begin tonight with syria and the civil war that's claimed more than 70,000 lives and made a million refugees and shown instability in an area already volatile. right next door, our friend and ally israel. new developments. israel playing a much more active role now in trying to protect itself from the chaos over the border. we can show you what is believed to be second israeli air strike this three days, hitting targets inside syria, this time prompting a series of powerful explosions in and around the capitol city, da mas damascus. tremendous blow and country discussion there. what you were watching reportedly recorded by syrian activists. we've been told a rough translation of what they were saying is oh, my god, explosions in damascus. we cannot independently verify this video, however. israel does not confirm the sort of thing explicitly. but the syrian government blames israel, and there's more. this video from a hezbollah-run station, claiming to show aftermath of the strike. th
. >> and prince harry pays respects for service members killed in the line of duty. >> he visited the white house and the capitol building. >> i find him an attractive young man. >> a very steady stream of fliks coming out. >>> whole foods recalling a vegan chicken salad and chicken salad after the two were mixed up. >> how come that doesn't affect him. >> that's a stupid question. >> i fell asleep when i woke up. >> all that matters. >> the final piece of the spire is now at the top of 1 world trade center 41 piece symbolic 1,776 feet. >> this sunday is mother's day, if you are just realizing that now, are you in a lot of trouble. >> talks too much. and. >> she is dressing like this. >> yeah. >> this morning's eye opener presented by prudential. >> welcome to "cbs this morning." good morning norah. a bit of a cold. one more time you will have to carry me. >> you sound sort of sexy. that's why i wore this crazy dress to brighten you up. >> we begin with a good story, an amazing rescue in bangladesh. a survivor pulled from the rubble of a factory that collapsed 17 days a
, bill. heather: i know you're excited about this, bill. prince harry headed to washington. some of his recent visits to the u.s. he made headlines for his high-profile partying. this time he wants to use his trip to raise awareness of some serious issues. one of the first stops is capitol hill, to bring attention to a cause close to his mother's heart. we'll get a report. bill: he get your vote? no he is not running for office. here is a serious matter. the soccer referee dying after being punched in the face over a penalty call. should the teenager accused of killing him faced a adult charges? a closer look at that. >> i have a 17-year-old youth. i have a family that lost a loved one and i have a community that says, when you go out and engage in daily sort of recreational activities we shouldn't end up with these kind of tragedies. this is $100,000. we asked total strangers to watch it for us. thank you so much. i appreciate it. i'll be right back. they didn't take a dime. how much in fees does your bank take to watch your money? if your bank takes more money than a stranger, you nee
and a possible death penalty. harris faulkner's live from our new york city newsroom with a look back at how this all up folded. >> reporter: you know, going back really puts a fine point on why this case has captivated so many people, the details were just unreal for us to even imagine. first, the romance. jodi arias was an aspiring sales woman and photographer living in california. travis alexander was a salesman and motivational speaker live anything mesa, a suburb of phoenix, arizona. they met in september of 2006 at a work convention in las vegas. they quickly began a long distance relationship. by november of that year, jodi converted to travis' religion and became baptized as a mormon. but things were bumpy, so much so the couple split up in june of 2007. but as we learned in the days and days of raw trial testimony from arias, they continued to see each other in 2007 for sex. weeks later jodi moved to arizona to wait tables and clean travis' house for extra cash. then a few months later she moved back to california in early 2008, and it was if may of that year -- in may of that year
that began earlier today on capitol hill. this time it seems unlikely prince harry will end up dancing naked for a bunch of hotel guest. in fact, is he skipping vegas all together. because what happens there, well, this afternoon the third in line to the british throne toured divint on land mines along with john mccain. we're told hundreds of women staffers packed in to catch a glimpse of the bachelor. of course, prince harry is a british soldier and the senator is a vietnam vet. the theme of the royal trip is support for wounded service members. prince harry is now at the home of the british ambassador to the united states where tonight he is expected to give a speech and have some dinner. peter doocy is in d.c. tonight. harry seems to be getting very red, white, and blue reception. >> yeah, i would say so, shepard. we don't have princes here in america. and the nice reminder of that came this afternoon when as you said hundreds of female staffers hallways at the capital. the young women have been born and raised in the united states. not every day a prince third in line of the thrown comes
. whitey bulger's story. what's america's fascination with prince harry? the royal visit just ahead. >>> dramatic search for the boston bombers is not first high-profile manhunt in bean town recent memory. back in 1995, whitey bulger pled the city and after 16 years at large and 12 years on the fbi's ten most wanted tujtive's list he was arrested in california june of 2011. as his trial approaches this june, a new book is out. whitey bulger, america's most wanted gangster in the manhunt that brought him closer to justice. it is written by "boston globe's" kevin cullen along with his colleague. they covered it for some 25 years. good to see you. >> thanks. >> first of all, were any of the boston officials who were at the center of the bulger case -- were they also involved in the manhunt to find the boston bombers? >> no. there is a real gap between that. at at the time very tlend was a small -- very small multi-agency task force. really came down to an fbi agent. neil sullivan. they were able to find him in the end by actually putting out a series of ads a woman sitting in her in ic
. >>> in other news, prince harry will be in colorado springs today attending the warrior games. a u.s. paralympic event for ill and injured service members and veterans. fox news' paul harrigan is live with more from colorado. paul? >> reporter: good afternoon. prince harry has been just in the past few minutes meeting the british team. 35-strong-member team from great britain. he's been in the gym behind me playing sitting volleyball. and after that, after falling on his face even at one stage, the prince is always very enthusiastic. you saw him giving the team a pep talk. so the americans are better watch out. i was asked by my american colleagues whether prince harry enjoys this, whether he's engaged in it. he loves doing this sort of thing. it's the thing he likes doing most aside from being in theater and serving his country. everyone here at the warrior games knows what he's about. knows what he supports -- organizations like walking with the wounded. and he's really honored to be at the warrior games to in a few hours' time open the warrior games, the fourth of its kind. he'l
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. >>> at arlington national cemetery britain's prince harry who served in afghanistan pays tribute to america's fallen. good day, i'm andrea mitchell live from washington. ohio authorities will throw everything they've got at cleveland kidnapping suspect ariel castro. he could face the death penalty. let's get right to nbc's craig melvin. craig, you've got breaking news now for us, the dna testing? >> reporter: we found out a short time ago that the dna testing on 52-year-old ariel castro has been completed, based on the results we can confirm according to police that castro is the father of that 6-year-old girl who was born in the house just behind me. amanda berry's daughter. they also took castro's dna and they compared that dna to other missing persons cases in ohio. we can tell awe cording to police that it's come up negative at this point. he's not connected to any other missing persons case at this point. they are running that same dna through the national database to find out whether castro could be connected to any missing persons, any of the missing persons cases throughout this cou
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of the ordinary. here's abc's dan harris taking a look at the small clues that make a big difference. >> reporter: this modest house at 2207 seymour avenue, were there missing clues here? and if you had seen them, what would you have done? >> ten years right under their nose, wow, it's heart breaking. >> reporter: vigilance from everyday citizens has made all the difference in some major cases. people living near this small house in texas reported seeing the image of a young girl gliding past a window. child protective services found 9-year-old victoria kept hidden and in squalor by her own mother. then there's what 11-year-old matthew dixon saw in the woods in oregon, another young boy walking with a man matthew found suspicious. >> he said he was hunting, and he didn't have a gun with him, it just seemed odd. >> reporter: matthew later told his mom to call cops, which led police to take out the kidnapper and rescue young tanner kahn. and then, of course, there was that campus police officer at the university of california berkeley who spotted philip garrido handing out religious literature with
the funds they need to carry out their duties safely and successfully. >>> england's prince harry is back in the states. you are looking at video of him charming his way through colorado. he is at a meet and greet with wounded men and women at the opening ceremonies for the warrior games in colorado. mike, with a good day to you, what's going on over there right now? >> reporter: in about an hour they'll have the opening ceremonies and charm is a big part of prince harry's persona that has so many cameras here. a big draw here, all the stars are really the athletes who will compete, some 250. harry, 28 years old, one of the most famous people on the planet. he's here for these games not because he's a celebrity prince but because he's also a soldier. in the british army air corps, he's captain harry wales, and it was a soldier's perspective that during his stop in washington he visited arlington national cemetery to acknowledge america's honored dead. but it's his status as a soldier and a prince, his star power assuring media attention that had colorado laying out the welcome mat friday
bringing it to us live. thanks. >> arthel: back here on earth, britain's prince harry meeting with wound service members in colorado today. the combat helicopter pilot attend ago paraolympic style event. his spokesperson says the prince is visiting the wounded troops because he believes they deserve recognition. this is part of his week long tour of the u.s. the 28-year-old has been deployed to afghanistan twice with the british army. >> rick: coming up, a dramatic turn of events for one of the kidnapped victims who was rescued from an ohio home earlier this week after a decade in captivity. michelle knight reportedly shunning her own family in favor of different living arrangements. we'll tell you where she's going, coming up. >> arthel: also this, the west wing of the white house forced to evacuate after smoke poured in to the building. new details on the fire scare at 1600 pennsylvania avenue. [ indistinct conversations ] [ pizza dodging man's mouth ] ♪ ♪ [ camera shutter clicks ] [ male announcer ] fight pepperoni heartburn and pepperoni breath fast with tums freshers. concentrat
ordered those changes. we will look at the political fallout of all this next. plus, prince harry continuing his visit in our nation's capitol paying his respects to the fallen heroes at arlington national cemetery. more on the royal trip coming up. ♪ [playing of taps ] jon: right now new reporting reveals there where are 12 difference versions of the official administration talking points on the benghazi terror attacks, revisions. the report from abc newsletters says the state department played a big role in the changes that were made, including dropped references to terrorism. of course it was a terror attack last september 11th that took the lives of four americans, including our ambassador. paul gentleman go is editorial page editor at the "wall street journal." so, victoria newland at the state department obviously had a significant role in changing the original talking points, shortening them and saying essentially, why do we want to give ammunition to congress in referring to terrorism here? >> that's very clear from the emails that that is the case. and i think this is i
&p reaching record high as well. roy harris is here to tell us all about it. but first, let's take a look at what happened on the day. the dow jones up 87 points. the s&p is up more than eight points. the nasdaq gaining almost four points. 3.3 billion. in the commodity market, gold is down. crude oil dropping -- the ten-year closing at a yield of 1.70%. economic growth issue, it should be better than most economists. joining us now is mari harris. i guess we can talk about these things. >> yes, let's talk about how this looks. >> okay, so this wasn't supposed to happen in the minds of many. because the market would be indicating that the economy was going to slow to zero. >> i think what is happening is that we are finding out what the fed has done with this quantitative easing has been more stimulative than a lot of people expected. they keep sticking the fed's money in their pocket. >> as you look at all of the discussion by particularly the obama administration about stimulus, my lord,. >> this is 85 billion a month. how much the fed is pouring into the system, expanding the balance sh
will see you on sunday. >> harris: fox urgent. there were reported lay dozen different versions of the obama administration's talking points about the attack on you are u.s. outpost in benghazi. i'm harris faulkner in tonight for shepard smith. government emails now reveal the state department made major changes to those talking points. this is according to abc news. changes were made before ambassador susan rice, who you see here, use them in her interviews on five different sunday talk shows less than a week after the terror attacks here. is one example of how the memo changed in a matter of hours. remember, this would be telling the public about what happened that night. these are the before and after versions according to abc news. emails reportedly show the state department objected to naming a specific al qaeda
's what these folks are all about. >> and a new video of prince harry in colorado attending the warrior games. more than 200 wounded servicemen and women are competing. prince harry says he wants to use this trip to the u.s. to raise awareness of members of the military injured on the battlefield. >>> fox news alert, an emergency repair at the international spacestation. astronauts fixing a leak on the station. the pair suited up high above the earth and ventured outside their floating home for a spacewalk to install a critical new piece of equipment. we have just now gotten word of how that mission is going. steve is joining us live from miami. steve? >> jaime, this has been an emergency spacewalk which has been going on for the past five hours. the goal has been to replace a pump leaking ammonia. that leak discovered on thursday springing forward to an emergency spacewalk. two astronauts have been outside the international spacestation 255 miles above the earth working to try and find the leak and fix it. right now nasa officials say the pump they suspect that was leaking ammonia has
, maury harris. great to have you here. i guess we can wear these things. let's see how we look with this stuff. that's -- if you can read that. can you read that? dow 15,000. so, i mean, this wasn't supposed to happen in the minds of many because the market would be indicating this economy was going to slow to zero, nothing much would happen. a four-year bul market would get all tired and forget about 15,000. happy record day. >> well, that's right, lou. and i think what's happening is that we're finding out that what the fed has done with this quantitative easing, expansion of their balance sheet has been more stimulative than a lot of people expected. >>quantitative easing, i hear everybody cussing ben beanke, but they keep sticking the fed's money in their pockets, don' they? >> well, you don't like bernanke if you were a saver and you had your money in a savings account. on the other hand, if you were stock investor, you're ing pretty good. >> and as you look at these -- all of the discussion by particularly the obama administration about stimulus, my lord, if this isn't st
in nashville. >>> prince harry is in denver making another stop on his tour of america. the british royal will be attending the warrior games as sports competition for those who have been injured in combat. athletes at the events represent troops from the americas as well as the british armed forces. prince harry, as you may recall, served with nato troops in afghanistan. later this morning, nasa astronauts leave the international space station for an emergency space walk. they're trying to fix an ammonia leak. this is something they noticed on thursday. this ammonia is important. it's used to cool the power systems. if this leak is not fixed, nasa says it could shut down cooling systems in a matter of hours. that emergency space walk scheduled for 8:15 eastern. we'll show it to you when it happens. >>> meantime, we're keeping an eye on some weather and a powerful storm that dropped baseball-sized hail on top of homes in texas. check it out. unbelievable. tracy ynez from san antonio, texas, shot that video in her backyard. you can see it going right into her swimming pool. this storm ripp
, the immigration debate hits capitol hill today. we'll speak with senator marco rubio. >>> and prince harry kicks off his u.s. visit today. we'll have a preview of that. that's the "cbs morning news" for this thursday. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com mallicoat. >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald >> is it friday yet? >> yes, but not close. >> it's thursday, getting close, may 9. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. time now is 4:30. you already have me thinking about friday. >> i thought he already had a friday. >> yesterday, right! [ laughter ] >> >> we can ignore him today. >> i feel a theme coming here. >> yes, you do. [ laughter ] >>> fog and low clouds around the bay area, moved onshore and into the valleys. temperatures generally in the 50s. we have a warming trend on the horizon. we'll talk about that coming up. >> okay. and let's go out live towards the golden gate bridge where you can see some flashing lights there in the corner. that is overnight roadwork. we have various lanes blocked while they do some overnight roadw
? >> yeah. they were very good to allow me an amendment and the reason they did is because harry denied me an amendment on the gun bill on one that would have passed an actually solved the problem which he promised to give me. so i think, you know, the fact is we ought to be worried about making sure that people who shouldn't have guns, people on the do not buy list don't get them, rather than restricting people who are good, great citizens from carrying out their own responsibilities and expressing their second amendment rights. so i'll eventually get this amendment. took me two times to get the parks and the forest service and i'll eventually get it and what i'll do is publicize every rape that goes on corps land and say a good portion of them wouldn't happened if we would have passed this amendment and we will eventually get there. >> on the hill a lot of people talking about the ben ghazi hearings yesterday. what is your state from what you learned from the state department official? >> i think the state department has real trouble. having sit on the intelligence committee and seen the
morning. i'm melissa harris-perry. monday evening, 5:52 p.m. the unbelievable story that has dominated the news cycle began with this call to 911. i've been kidnapped and i've been missing for ten years and i'm here. i'm free now. >> that was 27-year-old amanda berry who disappeared the day before her 17th birthday in 2003, calling for help after emergeg from a 10-year nightmare. berry along with her 6-year-old daughter was freed from the house of who rows where they were held captive. sometimes bound with ropes and chains. more than a decade. the survival story of these women after enduring abduction, enslavement and torture is a chilling echo of others like jaycee dugard and elizabeth smard that have also captured national attention. these are the stories they remember because they go to the heart of the most horrifying svu filled nightmares of teen girls and sexual vulnerability. but far more common when it comes to young women and sexual exploitation, teen girls denied the support to emerge safely into womanhood in an environment of sexual consent and exploration. instead they are
or democrat. >> that would be the message he gave to harry reid's office. >> if they're worried about mark prior, they need to be worried because he's going to keep pouring money -- it's going to kill him politically. i've been hearing, we believe people would switch their votes if we had another vote. kelly ayotte and pryor said he was open to it if you make small changes. >> and i think that's the pressure that they want to apply on these guys. and people, politicians always respond to the immediate incentive, which is for most of them getting reelected the next time. and start to feel like they're taking a hit back home and feel like the politics are working against them, i think it does have an effect on the psychology of how someone's going to vote. and for the longest time, people have assumed that the politics of gun control are you stay away from it. don't do any new gun controls. the folks are a much more aggressive in campaigns than the other side. >> that's not the case. kelly ayotte is getting hammered. a lot of other people. and there's another side of this. there's the carrot
. guatemalan harris whitbeck was one of montt's top advisors in the ixil region. he testified for the defense at the trial. >> do they know who shot the bullet? do they know exactly on the date these people were killed? i'm not a scientist. i don't know. >> reporter: in fact, the forensic anthropologists are not that precise. but the bones aren't all that are doing the talking. 30 years ago, an eye in the sky was watching-- a u.s. science satellite called landsat passing overhead. russ schimmer is an expert in geomatics-- the science of gathering, analyzing and interpreting geographic information. he has pored over landsat images of the ixil highlands of guatemala captured before and after montt's rule. he has documented huge swaths of land that were highly vegetated in 1979 and then barren in 1986. schimmer ruled out natural causes, leaving only massive, deliberately set fires as the possible cause. >> there's no way you're going to go out there and light a match and you're going to see some of the areas that were burned are five football fields large and it covers areas which are just huge,
by beating the women. >> prince harry will visit arlington national cemetery this morning, stopping at the burial ground remembering service members killed in iraq and afghanistan since 2001. >> time for your brew on this question of the day responses. earlier we were showing you viral videos from this week. the little goat trying to befriend that giant pig, the water skiing baby or the treadmill dancer. >> we asked which v was your favorite. michelle said my favorite was the baby goat trying to get the hog to play. >> albert said i like the baby water skiing video. looks very funny and the baby seems to be saying, yeah, this is mitre -- my territory. don't tread on me. >> albert says the treadmill dancer. i don't know how he didn't fall down. really. the winner according to our web page poll is the pig and goat getting 56.2% of the vote. the baby water skier came in second with 26%. the treadmill dancer last with 17%. >> that little goat is jumping on the pig saying please play with me. show me some attention. the pig says no way. >> what is your favorite? >> i like the waur skiing
and nationalities, it is clearly established. his contribution to the tibetan cause is appreciated. host: harry in pennsylvania, republican caller. caller: good morning. please excuse my ignorance because i am not really sure of the history of your country. however, understanding that the maori are next your country, i would like to know why they did that. second, you are living in exile. where do you live now? is your country recognized by the united nations? guest: i think tibet was invaded and occupied partly because of the territory. 1/5 of china. huge territory. partly because of the minerals we have and the water resources we have. china essentially has monopolized it, which is important for civil and military technology. rare earths are used in everything from tablets to the phones. bigt: they have found a reserve of rare earth, a finer rare earth, in tibet. with all the minerals that tibetans have and the water sources tibetans have, there plenty of reasons why they want to occupy. one of the reasons is also, china is called the middle kingdom. the middle kingdom, the people in the mid
? knife fight or coverup? >> coverup. >> harry. >> bureaucratic knife fight or coverup? >> a knife fight and a terribly pathetic xanl rated witchhunt that moved from barack obama who now has been re-eleblged to hillary clinton and today, this is important, i hope you tell them, today. >> red card, yellow card. >> the end zone. >> i got to tell you, larry, today the republican party is running new online fundraising on benghaziment we have americans dead and they're politicizing it, raising money for it. it's wrong. it's politicizing. it comes from the republicans. they changed the story 15 times. >> and the irs together. that is leak you clike you can serious allegations. now, we've talked a lot on this program about how fracking has proud an oil boom here in the u.s. do you now how much of a surge this is for the economy as a whole? it's the backbone of the economy, a tremendous job creator. it's even financing state and energy independence. on its way, we will talk to an expert and get an idea of what it will do for stocks as well. that's next. please stay with us. "the kudlow report."
may 10th, 2013. i'm harris faulkner in tonight for shepard smith. we are back the same time tomorrow with fox report weekend. and in about five seconds, 4, 3, the factor. >> bill: the o'reilly factor is on. tonight: >> i have obtained 12 different versions of those talking points that shows that they were dramatically edited by the administration. >> abc news now reporting that the white house tried to hide the facts about benghazi. in fact, cia information was altered. we will talk with the abc news reporter who broke the story. >> is the president claims that it was appropriate to keep that information away. >> the language of that email is pretty clear. that is not a stylistic -- that ♪ saying gel adjustment. that is a major, dramatic change. >> information. >> as the benghazi story heats up, the white house is under fire. we'll show you what happened in the press conference today. >> hey, john, john, it's chris. hey, john, john, it's chris. >> there is that guy again. >> governor chris christie mocking himself with famous people. gutfeld and mcguirk will try to explain
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of story. >> why don't we go to politico? >> would love that. >> joining us for the playbook is john harris. good morning. >> good morning. >> let's talk a little immigration, john, shall we? conservatives duking it out over immigration reform and one round is between marco rubio of jim deminute and heritage foundation. they lined up over their careers but rubio says the one place where i leave jim demint. >> no question, willie. they are both heroes of the tea party movement and that is one of the big variables. maybe the biggest variable in terms of what happens to the cause of comprehensive immigration reform. is there a tea party style revolt within the republican party? you have these two individuals both of whom are on important figures. they are both heroes and on different sides of the issue. yesterday, in marco rubio's office he hosted a group of conservatives trying to get them on board with immigration reform. that's probably a stretch but if he can keep them from having this negative reaction the way they did to, say, health reform that is important in terms of giving other repu
: this is the "full court press." >> other headlines making news on this thursday. prince harry comes to washington today. politico reports the british royal third in line to the throne will visit arlington national cemetery, also walter reid army medical center to spend time with wounded soldiers. then he flies to colorado and new jersey to tour hurricane sandy damage later this week. there is no scheduled stop in las vegas. >> bill: yeah, that's all right. he can play strip poker anywhere. billiards. >> i have a feel he might sneak in a trip to good guys. >> one hollywood heavyweight who led her star power to president obama on the campaign trail said we'll never see her run for politics. eva longoria. while she enjoys fighting for important causes, she thought she was tough-skinned but there are too many mean people in politics and she doesn't want to be a part of that. she's not a fan of the no holds barred vicious group of people in washington. >> bill: silly question to ask her if she would run for office. where would she run from and why would she consider it? >> but she's famous. >> she's d
committee from meeting to vote on the nomination to be secretary of labor. harry reid spoke about the move today on the senate floor. now the minority's tactics -- republican tactics of obstruction and delay are well-known, but they're also well-worn. those methods were once again on display yesterday when republicans delayed for the second time in two weeks the senate help committee vote on the nomination of tom perez to lead the department of labor. the able and considerate chairman, tom harass quinn, had already postponed the vote for two weeks, at the request of republicans. it was terribly disappointing that after they were granted additional time as a matter of courtesy, an anonymous republican would employ an arcane procedural tactic to prevent the committee from even meeting. of course voting on that nomination. republicans had seven weeks, 49 days, to consider this nomination. he was nominated on march 21, and since his confirmation hearing in april, he's responded in writing to more than 200 questions. he is an extremely qualified candidate for this job. the president was smart t
, right? >> harris county, yes. including being a green energy lobbyist. that became a green energy job. >> gretchen: that would be a permanent job 'cause lobbyists pretty much stick around. >> that's true, yes. that's stretching a point. like if you're at a university and you gave lecture on climate or a lecture on green energy, that is a green energy job. so the administration tried to stretch the point. but it really doesn't work. if you look at the actual number of permanent green energy jobs, it is precisely 2298, 11 million per job. >> steve: 26 billion. >> yes, i'm sorry. >> steve: had that created a new technology that would have changed anything, that would be fantastic. but we didn't. >> that's what it's supposed to be all about, a new battery, for example, we haven't got it yet. these are transmitting electricity, we haven't gotten that yet. not efficiently at least. with all this new technology has not been created and the jobs have not been created. >> gretchen: i guess your argument would be that if these were sustainable businesses and inventions for lack of a better word
-making process. i do not care what president you want to talk about -- ronald reagan, harry truman, dwight eisenhower. moral courage is sapped by what i would call political reality. it is sapped by clinical opposition and the caliber and brouhaha nature of that opposition. what happens when you confront a series like this, even though you are in your second term, have been reelected, even though you do not have political concerns for yourself, you do have concerns for others. why do you think my party, the republican party, is still going on about benghazi? it has nothing to do with their affection for the incident or their desire to find the truth. it has everything to do with hillary clinton so she will not be a candidate or give them worry in the next presidential election. what about elections in the congress with regard to the house and the senate? they are up there, too, so the president has to concern himself with all these things. i come back to my original point very seldom in the post-world war ii national security state do we find a president with the moral courage to go agains
roosevelt, harry truman became president. he was thought to be a petty politician, not very smart, and likely to fail. he had been vice president for less than two months and done little to prepare for its new job. and yet he is remembered now was one of our most effective presidents, so effective that a prestigious national security project there is his name. the reason is that harry truman understood and reflected what is best about america. he was optimistic about the prospects for human progress but conscious of the perils posed by weakness and fear. he was proud of america's strength, but aware of the need for allies and friends. he thought of the united states as exceptional, but not because it was exempt from the rules that apply to others. america was the champion of liberty, law, and justice for all. we admired president truman because he dared to build greatly and because what he built was made to last. to honor his legacy, we must strive to do the same. to that end, i pledge my own best efforts. thank you very much. i would be happy to answer your questions. and since i
,000 on average. this is blowing up. you have baucus saying it is a train wreck, and harry reid. baucus was a principal author. this is the issue that costs the democrats the house of representatives in 2010 and the issue that would have won for the republicans if they had not been abandoned in 2012 and they could take this and every democrat is terrified because people are losing their jobs, a woman said on tv, i cannot work 29 hours and feed may family. >>gregg: an expert on health care and teaches at stand ford and says it appears that 30 to 40 million people will be damaged in some fashion by the affordable care act more than one in ten americans. >> it is probably already dampening economic recovery for sluggish job growth or people are taken off full-time jobs moved to part time or employers in some cases are taking fines rather than paying for the health care for workers. it is all going badly. we are here to talk about the politics of it. the politics are, that the republicans should seize this thing. smartly. not just pass useless leglation to repeal it in the house of represen
over a bill in a bar. he has served time for attempted robbery. she died in. >>> yesterday prince harry attended a cocktail party where he met with business executives and olympic swimmer, missy franklin. he's expected to watch 200 wounded service members compete in the warrior games. his visit is part of a week long trip to the united states. >>> well, a national guardsman from sacramento is back with his children this morning after an emotional reunion. sergeant jake head returned early after a 10 month deployment to cost so. his two veterans -- children had no idea he was home. >> i love you so much. >> it means a lot to finally hold them again. i love you buddy. >> i love you too dad. >> probably the best hug ever. caleb and madison say they're so happy to have their dad back, and sergeant says he doesn't know when he's going to be deployed again but he hopes it's not anytime soon: getting ready for a huge weekend in san francisco, the two major events that will have thousands filling city streets. >>> after a year of negotiation and planning, the major clean up in san jose. >>> and
on the tarmac with machine guns taking the diamonds. six in swits land, one in fraps, and 24 harried in belgium today. don't commit a crime with anybody else because they squeal; right? >> never commit a crime with more than one perp. >> good fellows? >> how about never commit a crime. >> oh, so pure. >> not. >> hitting the california versus texas theme as of late with president obama going to texas tomorrow to tout job creation. even a former california assemblyman compares the states saying if california eliminated its state income tax, just got rid of it, its taxes would be higher than texas. now with the public policy foundation joining us now. welcome to the program, i can't believe this. if california got rid of entirely its income tax, they would be more heavily tax the than texas. explain this to us. >> well, it was amazing to me, but one of the themes heard recently after i moved from california to texas is that, well, texas is accord to tax less because they got all that oil and gas which is what pays for government. well, i looked into the numbers, and oil and gas severance revenues,
where it dies under the democratic rule of harry ried. it is funny how they say republicans are obstructionists? what about the democrats trying to bring down the debt -- what the democrats are trying to do to bring down the debt? they started going crazy with trying to pass every program they could, including two wars. wall street journal" is reporting about the south korean president coming to visit the united states -- steve in florida is our next caller on our line for republicans. go ahead. caller: thank you. i applaud speaker boehner's effort to save us some money. although i think it is more political than anything. i think congress is interested in preserving the liberty of our country and doing what is right. we go in to a national sales tax where we get rid of the income tax and fees irs, that is a way we preserve our liberty -- rather than us working hard and the government gets the first cut. it is a form of slavery, really. justt fee lif peol -- i feel if people want to check it out, we need more support. we need to have the money in hand for people and let them
older than you folks. i have been watching the president since harry truman. i think this whole thing about benghazi is very clear. if you remember back to the second presidential debate when mr. romney was debating mr. obama, he did not bring up the question of benghazi. it was my understanding that he received an intelligence agency briefing prior to that debate. most of the material concerning benghazi was classified. i was wondering if that was the reason he did not bring it up because he no was classified. as far as what actually happened, i think that is abundantly clear mr. obama got beat in the first debate and could not take another beating. they tried to cover it up and make it look like it was something other than what it really was. it was because he did not need to get creamed in another debate. he lied about it and it is that clear. definitely, we see that discussion in the hearing yesterday with the other side of the aisle talking about this classified aspect. most of the stuff was not classified. it has been put under the shroud by this administration. out wass narrati
neighbor faces. >>> prince harry is in colorado today. he'll be talking to wounded servicemen and women competing in the para lilympic games. >>> fbi investigators are back out on seymour avenue hunting for clues into a decade of horror. susan candiotti is following developments from the scene. susan, what is happening there today? >> hi, alison. well, for the past couple of days, the fbi and other authorities have been working to seal up this house, to board it up, to put a fence around it sealed in cement so that no one can get inside and bother this area, bother this house. keep it from anyone who wants to try to get inside, for example. it's important for them to maintain that site. of course, if they later need it if this case should come to trial. that's what they've been working on for the past couple of days as ariel castro sits in a jail cell measuring about 9 foot 9. in
the senate majority leader harry reid brought it directly to the floor rather than sending it through the regular process this ashen. as i said, baucus opposes the bill. montana does not have a sales tax. senator wyden from oregon has also been strongly opposed. obviously from the moral liberal wing of the senate, but he framed this as businesses taking over government responsibility. oregon does not have a sales tax. he sought exemptions for those sorts of states and retailers. the problem with that, senator and see points out, that if certain they cannot forced to comply by all likelihood those states would become the center of online retailer progress -- retailing gossip -- retailing because everyone would move there. host: how much could be raised? guest: $23 billion has been going around. it would go to states, counties, localities, whoever that are not charging sales tax on internet purchases? guest: absolutely. i think it is fair to say most companies don't. the retailers and companies do, maybe not the majority but gradually an increasing number of online purchases have sales
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